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That's true for complex apps but if your app is complex having effects everywhere doesn't make it easier to understand, in my experience. If having one big reducer is scary you can always split the reducer into multiple functions. If the app has separate "modules" each one of them can have their own reducer and effects. Using recoil you can decide wether these separate modules have each one their own state/atom or they all link to one big app state atom using selectors. It's a one line change to switch between the two and that's why I quite like recoil. If you squint, it looks a bit like how Elm creates reusable components, each one with their Model View Update, e.g. https://github.com/evancz/elm-sortable-table/tree/1.0.1